Joel joined Holland Beckett in 2019 after returning from the United Kingdom, working as an in-house counsel for one of the world’s largest large scale solar developers. He has 12 years of legal experience and, prior to his experience in the United Kingdom, he worked at Meredith Connell in Auckland.
Joel advises clients on all aspects of property, including acquisitions and disposals, leasing, developments, financing and subdivisions. He has particular expertise in solar farms, kiwifruit orchards and residential developments. Joel is an advocate for the growth of the Bay of Plenty and is a committee member of the Central Regional Committee for Property Council New Zealand.
In 2012, Jeremy joined Holland Beckett as a graduate and is the first law clerk to partner.
Jeremy started in the wider litigation department, where he acted on some of the firms major cases including businesses affected by the Rena sinking.
Jeremy then spent two years working as a lawyer in London. Upon his return to the Bay of Plenty, Jeremy has developed into a specialist employment lawyer.
Jeremy has grown a substantial employment practice and continues to be sought after by clients for his effective and practical advice: this is from some of the firm’s biggest clients to the smallest.
Tim Conder was a Judges’ clerk at the Auckland High Court before joining Holland Beckett Law in 2016.
During his time with the firm, Tim has driven the creation of a specialist public and local government team within the firm, that serves both local government and private clients.
He has particular experience defending regulatory charges – including environmental, health and safety, animal welfare and export related offences.
Tim is an experienced Courtroom advocate, who has appeared in civil cases, appeals and on both sides of criminal prosecutions in the District Court, High Court and Court of Appeal.